Public Mobile Reverses Decision: $40/4GB Plan to Stay After Customer Outcry
Public Mobile has responded to customer feedback and has now kept their $120 plan with 12GB over 90 days.
On Wednesday, director Steven Soderbergh’s shot-on-iPhone film called “Unsane” premiered at a film festival in Berlin.
Airbnb has come under fire by Toronto Police following some pretty disturbing stories about the app.
Online cloud storage company Dropbox has filed for its IPO.
Fido, Koodo and Virgin are all offering a $60 plan with 6GB of data.
Subway has announced its new rewards program will debut in Canada next month.
Virgin Mobile has a promotion for customers to try its 50Mbps Internet plan.
The one-page document which is riddled with mistakes, offers a rare glimpse into the life of Steve Jobs.
ARCore 1.0 will allows developers to create AR experiences on Android.
The feature is currently being tested in the VIP cinemas.
Google has announced several new updates to its voice assistant which will roll out throughout this year.
The new service lets you check if your passwords have been leaked on the internet.
An Apple repair center has reportedly been making hundreds of accidental 911 calls in California.